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401 Enlisted in British army in 1804 at age 18. 97th Regiment of Foot. Discharged in 1819. Awarded pension on 26 August 1819 (British Army Pensioners Abroad. Source: WO120 Volume 70, p. 166. Index #6420). As a pensioner, he was among very first settlers of South March. Worked as servant to Captain John Benning Monk until receiving (26 May 1828) a patent from the Crown for the South 1/2 of Lot 11 Con 3 March Township, 100 acres. In 1819, he helped Monk build his temporary residence, a shanty that Monk nicknamed "Mosquito Cove" (Monk later built a stone manor which he named Beechmount, which was destroyed by fire in 1870). Wife Mary Ahearn was also a servant in the Monk household. Listed in May 4, 1821 census of March as "Killeen, Darius, wife, 1 son, 1 daughter." Killeen, Denis (I135)
 
402 Erick Peterson, aged 43, Nellie Murray, age 16 Family F1824
 
403 Ester Derouin marries as a "fille mineure," having obtained the consent of her father "consentement paternel." Family F418
 
404 Eugene McCarthy's first wife. She was also his step-cousin. He corresponded with her from Ireland, and later came up from Erie PA to marry her.  Traynor, Catherine (I975)
 
405 Family tradition says he was born in Portadown, Co. Armagh, but probably he was born in Forkhill, Co. Armagh.  McGlade, John (I120)
 
406 Farmers son, 8 years old Hagerty, Edward (I4156)
 
407 Father given as John B. L'Anglais English, John Michael (I2368)
 
408 Father Lavin recorded baptism in two registers. Charlebois, Arsene Thomas (I761)
 
409 Father Molloy gives parents of Denis as Dennis Darcy and Julia McCormick Family F1424
 
410 Father: William Sullivan, Farmer. Mother: Winnifred Burk. "Illegitimate." Sullivan, William (I5136)
 
411 Fathered a female child, born 23 March 1904 in Cloquet, Minnesota, listed as "illegitimate". Is named as the father (John Finnerty, born Canada, age 26). Mother of child is given as Julia Mueller, born Germany, age 30.  Finnerty, John (I1388)
 
412 Felix Henrichon described as "fils mineur," but Angélique Ménard is "fille majeur" Family F273
 
413 First husband died of tuberculosis? Derouin, Anna Matilda (I1402)
 
414 First name might be Joseph? English, John (I1277)
 
415 First name sometimes given as Hannah or Anna Killeen, Hanora (I3168)
 
416 First wife = Mary Stafford? Leavy, Edward (I3697)
 
417 Fought in First World War, regimental number 514517. Sullivan, Charles Alexander (I1064)
 
418 Found in 1851 census of Huntley township. Living in shanty. Patrick a labourer. Emigrated circa 1850. Family F345
 
419 Found in 1911 census for Lanark South, Montague Township, with husband Peter Doyle.  Moran, Elizabeth (I50)
 
420 Found in Pittsburgh, PA 1910, 1920 census returns. Family F442
 
421 Found in the 1851 Canadian census, in the household of son John. Not found in 1861. Traynor, Peter (I986)
 
422 Found in the 1871 census of Huntley township as the widowed head of a household that includes six Killeen children. These children defined as "strays" because their surname differs from that of the head of the household. Their names and ages: Margaret (13), John (12), Jeremiah (10), Michael (8), R__? Joseph (5), Mary Catherine (3). All children born in Ontario. Donovan, Hanora (I1185)
 
423 Found in the Collectors Roll for the Township of March for the Year 1846: Dinis Killian Killeen, Denis (I135)
 
424 Found in the household of Cornelius Harrington and Margaret Ryan in the 1901 census, where he is listed as a nephew. Ryan, William James Frederick (I2051)
 
425 Found in the household of James Lahey (with brother John Lahey the Elder and son John Lahey) in the 1851 census. Gallagher, Margaret (I929)
 
426 Found on the subscription list for St. Philip's, Richmond, 1847. Moran, Thomas (I45)
 
427 Four weeks old at baptism Leavy, Thomas (I2434)
 
428 Fr. Sloan describes him as being "of St. Patrick's of Ottawa" Dooley, Thomas (I630)
 
429 Francis Moran and Ann Galligan lost four of their five sons to illness and accident. Son Denis died at seven years of age of "softening of the brain" (presumably some sort of brain infection). Sons Thomas and Edward emigrated to North Dakota in 1878, along with their half-brother Francis (son of Francis Moran and his first wife Margaret Behan). In the autumn of 1887, Thomas and Edward learned that their father was very ill. On their way back from North Dakota to Canada to see their dying father, they met with a horrible accident in Chicago, where they were asphyxiated by gas. Both sons died on 4 October 1887, and their bodies were returned to Fitzroy to be buried at St. Michael's, Corkery. Son John went out to North Dakota to settle his brothers' affairs, and caught typhoid fever; he died in Fitzroy on 19 December 1887. Thus, even as the elderly Francis Moran was dying, he and his wife Ann Galligan lost three sons in the space of a couple of months. None of the remaining children, Michael, Ann Elizabeth and Margaret, ever married. Both Michael and Margaret died at St. Patrick's Orphanage and Asylum. Family F537
 
430 Funeral held at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Ottawa. Killeen, Emma Sarah (I1088)
 
431 Funeral mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Ottawa. Burial at St. Isidore, South March. McDermott, Ellen (I762)
 
432 Funeral mass on 7 Mar 1917. "The remains were afterwards placed in the vault for burial in the spring in presence of her sons Richard, Peter, William and Thomas." Slattery, Mary (I4556)
 
433 Funeral mass said by her son C.T. Sullivan Galligan, Mary Ann (I1771)
 
434 Funeral mass said by Rev. J.A. Sloan, Pastor of St. Brigid's, Ottawa. Moran, Ellen (I3052)
 
435 Funeral service at St. Patrick's, Ottawa, 28 February 1908. Witnesses Henry O'Hara and John Ready. Was buried at St. Isidore, South March, on 4 April 1908. Armstrong, Catherine (I1203)
 
436 Funeral service held 5 Aug 1839. Drowned 26 March, buried 22 May 1839. McTeague, John (I3890)
 
437 Godfather to Bridget Loretto Killeen. Galligan, Michael (I856)
 
438 Godfather to Elizabeth Moran Lahey, James (I42)
 
439 Godfather to Maggie Benton. O'Connor, James (I2012)
 
440 Godfather to Mary Catherine Lahey Barnes, Peter (I648)
 
441 Godmother to Maggie Benton. Died in childbirth at age 23. Ryan, Johanna (I2011)
 
442 Godmother/sponsor to John Lahey; Anna Kelly. Lahey, Mary (I71)
 
443 Godparents: Austin Flemming and Margaret Mooney. Hogan, James (I729)
 
444 Godparents: John Gallagher and Margaret Foran. Gallagher, Margaret Ellen (I858)
 
445 Godparents: John Hogan and Elizabeth Martin.  Moran, Henrietta (I873)
 
446 Godparents: Joseph McGee and Susan Smith. Hogan, John (I114)
 
447 Godparents: Mr & Mrs Ed Delaney Fagan, Edward Francis Joseph (I591)
 
448 Godparents:Andrew and Catherine Leamy Fagan, Marguerite Eugenie (I601)
 
449 Godparents:Mr & MrsThos C. Fagan Fagan, William John Austin (I590)
 
450 Gravestone gives death date as 12 Mar 1875. Fitzsimmons, William (I3081)
 

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